Rocco Passionino
Software Engineer
State University of New York at Binghamton, Watson School of Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, December 1991
Broome Community College
Associate of Science in Computer Science, May 1989

Computer Sciences Corporation, Endwell, NY 13760 - March 1992 to September 1994
Software Engineer: LAMP IMP
Analyzed the Video Support Software (VSS) system requirements and developed a detailed design for the project. Developed code and unit test cases for the VSS aspect of the project verifying that the cases conform the the Object Oriented Programming standards and techniques defined by the Integrated Mission Processor (IMP) Software Development Plan. Conducted all of the required peer inspections for the development life cycle. Customized the Verdix Ada Development System kernel for the three separate hardware configurations. Created, revised and refined all documentation used throughout the VSS project. Participated in other IMP reviews of high level design, low level design and code, suggesting refinements to improve present design and techniques. Provided technical consultation to other IMP software components to resolve problems of design, reliability or maintainability of the system.

Software Engineer: STAR
Provided lab support activities for a classified Emitter Signal Management System. Duties include debugging code to ensure compliance with various software design documents, developing tools to automate routine lab processes, providing general general analysis of system problems, testing and integration of operation software, creation and inspection of patches to existing code, and designing and implementing software changes to the Operational Flight Program.

General Electric, Johnson City, NY 13790 - October 1989 to February 1992
Software Engineer: A-10 LASTE/GPS
Designed, coded and tested embedded programs for flight critical real time systems. Duties included: debugged software problems detected during Hardware/Software Integration; design and analysis of customer requirements for both system and software components; training and supervising new engineers; creating technical documentation for the A10 LASTE 4.x/GPS Computer Software Component (CSC) Integration test methodology and procedures; support of Developmental Flight Tests and overall Government customer support. Also was given lead position of Software/Hardware CSC Integration Tests for both the A10 LASTE project version 4.x and the A10 LASTE GPS Developmental Flight Program spin-off. The position required creating schedules and designing outlines for the Integration Test Plan, generating integration test procedures, and monitoring and maintaining engineering teams progress.